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The Effect of Lifestyle on the Cardiovascular System

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on 17 June 2013

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Transcript of The Effect of Lifestyle on the Cardiovascular System

The Effects of
Lifestyle
on the Cardiovascular System
Objectives:
Understand and Explain
the need for rest
the impact of diet
the effect of recreational drugs
REST
The period of time allotted to recovery
is essential to recovery and to allow the body to adapt
allows the heart to grow in size and thickness and the number of capillaries to increase
Factors that have a negative effect on the CV system and increase the risk of coronary disease
1: High Cholesterol
A fatty substance carried in the blood by lipoproteins. Lipoproteins come in 2 forms
High Density Lipoproteins HDL
Low Density Lipoproteins
LDL
2: RECREATIONAL DRUGS
Adrenaline released
Blood pressure raises
Constricts Arteries
In moderation can increase HDL in the long term
too much, and binge drinking have serious adverse affects
Some people take drugs to control blood pressure
3: Sedentary Lifestyle and Lack of Exercise
4: Stress
The stress that may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease is different to the stress felt before a competition or while taking an exam
Negative stress builds up over time and can affect the cardiovascular system by leading to an increase in blood pressure
It may lead to depression and mood swings
Immediate and short term effects of exercise on the Cardiovascular System
Increased Heart Rate
Systolic/Diastolic Pressure
Increase Blood Pressure
Regular and long term effects of exercise on the Cardiovascular System
Decreased Resting Heart Rate
Heart Rate Recovery is faster
Increased Stroke Volume
Improved Cardiac Output = SV x HR
Reduced Blood Pressure
Healthy Veins and Arteries
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The importance of rest and recovery

Rest is essential to ………………………… and to allow the body to adapt. Specifically, rest allows the heart to grow in ………………… and ………………………………. and the number of …………………………………… to increase.

An example of a good training programme with rest would be …………….. days training, followed by a ……………… day, then ………………… days of training, followed by another rest day.

Now fill in the missing blanks!
EXAMPLE TRAINING PROGRAMME:
DAY 1 Training; DAY 2 Training; DAY 3 Rest; DAY 4 Training; DAY 5 Training; DAY 6 Training; DAY 7 Rest.

Each training session must be at least 30minutes long.
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